Zapping Goal! Football club PSG: top 10 most capped players
The defeat of PSG against Manchester City (1-2) yesterday has obviously been widely commented. If no one found fault with the fact that the English deserved their victory, on the other hand, the consultants opposed the performance of the fantastic Parisian trio, composed of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé.
On RMC, Jérôme Rothen was thus very critical: “The problem tonight is that Messi, Neymar and Mbappé did not exist. For many reasons. The investment, the circuits, the way of s ‘have fun playing together. Football, that’s it, the pleasure of playing together. Tonight, we don’t see any of that. ” We see a little harsh because the triplet has combined rather well the rare times when it has seen the ball, especially on Mbappé’s goal.
Pierre Ménès was more of this opinion, he who made fun of critics like Rothen on his site: “I am appalled in advance of what I will read and hear tomorrow on the performance of the Parisian attackers. I wonder in which measure people watch the matches and understand something. It is true that it was very complicated and I already know that it will be the party for the Parisian strikers in the comments and post-match analyzes, Messi and Neymar in head. But when behind you, you have seven players who never bring you a ball and you have to make do with crumbs, it’s kind of normal that it is difficult to exist. OK, Messi hasn’t been good. But matches like this, the Argentinian made dozens of them during Barça’s time, even at 25 years old. Choose your side, Parisian supporters!
🗣 @RothenJerome : “The problem tonight is that Messi-Neymar-Mbappé did not exist. For many reasons. The investment, the circuits, the way to have fun playing together. , the pleasure of playing together. Tonight, we don’t see any of that. ” pic.twitter.com/VbKd4u2Rh9
– After Foot RMC (@AfterRMC) November 24, 2021
Rothen and Ménès disagree on MNM’s performance
Star consultants Jérôme Rothen and Pierre Ménès have differing opinions on the performance of the trio of Kylian Mbappé, Neymar and Lionel Messi against Manchester City. The first found him absent, the second found extenuating circumstances.